Lucy is 5, but because of her birthday, she missed the cutoff for Kindergarten this year. I’ve been homeschooling her this year, trying to focus on all of the things she needs to know before I put her in kindergarten.
One thing Lucy really wants to be able to do is write her name. I have tried everything to help her learn, but it’s been to no avail.
Until I found HandwritingWorksheets.com.
They offer all sorts of printable worksheets to help children trace and learn to write any thing you want them to learn:
- Name & Sentence Worksheets – great for teaching them their full name, phone number, address, etc.
- Single Words Worksheets – This is what I use with Lucy. It makes her write her first name over and over. Once she masters that, we’ll move on to the name and sentence sheets.
- Multi-Word Worksheets – great for numbers, words, etc.
- Paragraph Worksheets – great for teaching children the structure of a paragraph.
I am super impressed with HandwritingWorksheets.com. And the best part? It’s all free. You can print what you need quickly and easily.
If you are a homeschooling mom, a teacher, or a parent who just wants to help their child learn, check out HandwritingWorksheets.com.
I also found another program through them that I will be using with Zander called the Genius 100 facts multiplication test. I’ll follow up and let you know how I like that soon.